A consummate performer, Harry O'Donoghue's charismatic stage presence and musical talent have generated dedicated fans from California to New York and abroad. Since 1988, he has recorded eight solo albums. Each album has a presence and balance that clearly defines to the listener that the artist is passionate about his work. Three of his albums were recorded live and show him in his element - in front of an audience where, with his trademark sharp wit, infectious humor, guitar and bodhrán, he easily draws the audience into the show.
He has toured throughout the US and Ireland playing in a variety of venues from large festivals to intimate concert settings and singer/songwriter showcases. In March of '99, he was invited to perform with the Savannah Symphony. , Harry was asked to open for international recording artist Mary Black at her concert in the renowned Lucas Theatre in Savannah in 2002. In 2003, he opened and sang with Cathie Ryan, former lead singer for Cherish the Ladies. 2001, 2002 and 2003, saw him voted 'Best Acoustic/Folk Artist' by the Connect Savannah readers.
Active in the Savannah community, he co-produces and hosts The Green Island Radio Show once a week for Georgia Public Radio. Since 1992 he has interviewed performers and songwriters for the show, as well as reviewed numerous albums from around the world.